Again, E liked it almost as much as N did, even though she already knew all about the letter B 😉 They had fun working on their coloring pages together. E chose not to use dot markers at all and colored and traced everything with regular markers.
N followed my lead in dotting the dots in the letter B (it worked better than it did on letter N) but was less interested in the coloring aspect this time. I love that he has the option of coloring (and most of the time, he really enjoys it), dotting, and tracing but can 100% choose what he wants to do with the printable.
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Materials for B is for Baseball Dot Marker Coloring Pages
- Laminator and laminating pouches or dry erase pockets (optional).
- Markers, crayons, colored pencils, or dry-erase markers.
- Four sheets of paper (if using all four variations; see details below).
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
The file has 7 pages that include 4 different dot marker pages.
They each have a capital letter B with dots in the outline, an image of a baseball player, and the line “B is for Baseball” at the bottom of the page for tracing, reading, or copying.
Two of the variations are completely in black and white, while the other two feature a full-color baseball player image. The variations differ in the number of dots that make up the letter B.
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Looking for more Letter B activities? Here are a few:
Letter B Maze (B is for Bird and Balloon)
Totschool Theme of the Week: Letter B by School Time Snippets
Beginning Sounds Letter B Worksheets by Sight and Sound Reading
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